ZepHead315 Posted November 26, 2017 Share Posted November 26, 2017 So I had a thought recently about the tapes of three of the Seattle shows (6/18/72, 7/17/73, and 3/21/75). All three start off with a stage announcement, usually telling the crowd not to set off any firecrackers or such. This is highly unusual since most audience tapes either start right when the band takes the stage, or cut in the middle of the set. All three are great sounding tapes too. Given these similar unique characteristics, it seems a distinct possibility that all three were taped by the same person. Do we know any information about these tapes (ie. the equipment used, how they first popped up, etc.)? I read on Argenteum Astrum that the main audience source for 3/21/75 was taped from the back of the arena on top of a stack of folding chairs, but I haven't found any additional info. What about the taper(s)? We know of Millard, Artie, and Freezer among others, but do we know anything about who taped these shows? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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